OMNIA is the brainchild of expert costs lawyer Sue Nash, founder of legal costs company Litigation Costs Services and an acknowledged expert on costs management/budgeting.

Omnia has been designed to assist solicitors – and their costs specialists – to prepare, monitor and analyse their case costs. It also enables the production of Statements of Costs for summary assessment (Form N260) and, from October 2014, Bills of Costs for detailed assessment.

Omnia is supplied as ‘ Software as a Service’ and will therefore be updated as required in line with the ever changing costs landscape – including the recently announced J-Codes and the imminent new format Bill of Costs.

Contact us for further details or click the button below to access a free trial so that you can see what Omnia can do for you and your firm.

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  • Is flexible, web based and can be used on desktops, laptops, tablets and smart phones.
  • Enables firms to prepare and, crucially, monitor costs budgets
  • Contains a dashboard for key date and budget alerts, which can also be emailed to fee earners and/ or supervisors
  • Analyses completed cases to produce template budgets for different types of cases
  • Enables  importation of time from any case or practice management system
  • Is clear and easy to use
  • Is inexpensive with a per user license cost from as little as £40 per month
  • Is fully scalable from a single user to hundreds

Using Omnia will help to ensure that you do not exceed budget costs limits or miss costs deadlines

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